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Date/Time: Mon, 22 Apr 2019 07:05:59 +0000



SC is crashing after upgrading from 1881 to 1898

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[2019-04-15 19:41:52]
yon - Posts: 304
Hi SC team,
After upgrading from 1881 to 1898 SC crashes every time I start a specific chartbook.
Same problem with 1892. 1881 is working fine.
The chartbook has a few custom studies that I wrote. Were any changes made to ACSIL between 1881 and 1892?
[2019-04-15 20:20:51]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 71060
Were any changes made to ACSIL between 1881 and 1892?
None that would cause a problem.
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[2019-04-15 20:56:34]
yon - Posts: 304
Rebuilding the study on 1898 solved the issue.
I should have tried this first before asking for support.
Thanks.
[2019-04-16 20:25:20]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 71060
But this itself does not make sense. There are two possibilities. Something has changed with an existing ACSIL structure member causing a compatibility issue with prior compiled code which would be affecting most existing studies in a severe way. We do not believe this is the case. Possibly but unlikely.

Or the structure of your code has changed by rebuilding which simply is masking an underlying problem which continues to exist.
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Date Time Of Last Edit: 2019-04-16 20:25:45

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